B.Sc. Food Technology graduates can find work in a range of settings, including hospitals, large food manufacturing establishments, food processing businesses, catering businesses, soft drink producers, spice, cereal, and rice mills, quality control organizations, food research laboratories, and the packaging industry.
- Food Technologist- A food technologist’s primary responsibility is to investigate, cultivate, and seek to improve the nature of existing food products.
- Technical Brewer- A Technical Brewer’s duties include managing and maintaining the necessary gear, checking the blending process, and performing other specialized and administrative tasks.
- Production managers – They are recognized for coming up with and carrying out plans for clients, other managers, and themselves to examine, appraise, arrange, and count plans of expenditure and time ranges.
- Research & Development (R&D) scientist: R&D scientists work to develop new food products and improve existing products. They may also conduct research on food-related topics, such as nutrition or food safety.
- Food marketing specialist: They are responsible for promoting and marketing food products to consumers. They work to identify market trends and develop marketing strategies that increase sales and profitability.
- Food processing engineer: Food processing engineers work to design and develop food processing equipment and techniques that improve the efficiency and quality of food production.